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Pentagon review of Austin's hospitalization finds staffers were 'significantly' limited, no 'ill intent'

  • Review found staff were limited by medical privacy laws, hindering communication on Austin's condition. Lack of standard processes exacerbated the issue.
  • Austin acknowledged responsibility for not disclosing his cancer diagnosis promptly, apologizing to his team and the public. He is set to testify before a congressional committee.
  • Pentagon faces criticism for delayed notification of Austin's hospitalization. An internal review highlighted the need for better processes, but stated no ill intent was found.
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